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What's the craziest subject you've ever found yourself talking about during a paid sex encounter. I recently saw a wg who was doing an economics degree and found we were discussing "quantitative easing"! Sounds like it could be a new service!

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What's the craziest subject you've ever found yourself talking about during a paid sex encounter. I recently saw a wg who was doing an economics degree and found we were discussing "quantitative easing"! Sounds like it could be a new service!

Previous Monster Raving Looney party manifestos. Apropos of very little I note that this election that "green" issues hold prime position :-

To combat global warming and climate change all buildings should be fitted with air conditioning units on the outside.

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Probably hte worst suject you could talk about is lack of sex in marraige or even how wonderful she isn't.......;)

Or how about what infections you've recently had :eek:

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2 busy getting her 2 suck my cock 2 chat :eek:

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What's the craziest subject you've ever found yourself talking about during a paid sex encounter. I recently saw a wg who was doing an economics degree and found we were discussing "quantitative easing"! Sounds like it could be a new service!

I saw one girl a few times who was doing a History degree, and she gave me an overview of the role the Navy played in WWII. Brains and beauty ... nothing to beat it :eek:.

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2 busy getting her 2 suck my cock 2 chat :eek:

Every working girl's dream punter.

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I saw one girl a few times who was doing a History degree, and she gave me an overview of the role the Navy played in WWII. Brains and beauty ... nothing to beat it :D.

As we lay there, somewhat sweaty, she asked me to tell her about M'Alister (or Donoghue) v Stevenson, which I found slightly odd - however I was up to it!

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As we lay there, somewhat sweaty, she asked me to tell her about M'Alister (or Donoghue) v Stevenson, which I found slightly odd - however I was up to it!

What? she was doing an 'A' level in law?

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One or two have discussed domestic problems, another a problem with their official job (I was able to offer what may have been useful advice on that one, of little help other than a sympathetic ear for the others). Had an interesting conversation with one who was related to an MP.

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As we lay there, somewhat sweaty, she asked me to tell her about M'Alister (or Donoghue) v Stevenson, which I found slightly odd - however I was up to it!

Did she offer you a ginger beer?

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Did she offer you a ginger beer?

Ah, now you're just showing off :D:D

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One very lovely lass told me how Edgar Wright stole the idea for Shaun of the Dead from her flatmate.

Which isn't the usual kind of discussion you expect to have. :D

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Did she offer you a ginger beer?

With added snails :D

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Thank heavens for wikipedia - I simply had to look up the Stevenson case. Kind of wish I hadn't now, though!!

I've discussed all sorts of things - Edward Bond's most violent bits, nihilism and Samuel Beckett, the golden ratio, the fibonacci series, the Dewey decimal system...I have what I refer to as a broad but shallow knowledge - I know a bit about a lot of things. I love meeting people who can teach me new things :D

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Thank heavens for wikipedia - I simply had to look up the Stevenson case. Kind of wish I hadn't now, though!!

I've discussed all sorts of things - Edward Bond's most violent bits, nihilism and Samuel Beckett, the golden ratio, the fibonacci series, the Dewey decimal system...I have what I refer to as a broad but shallow knowledge - I know a bit about a lot of things. I love meeting people who can teach me new things :D

A would be dilettante then?

A specialist is a person who knows more and more about less and less until she knows everything about nothing.

A dilettante, on the other hand, knows less and less about more and more until she knows nothing about everything.

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You've lost me both of you. I think I'm a more practical and down to earth, call a spade a spade sort of person - but in a well thought out way.

I remember having a friend at university who enjoyed her truncated, lengthy technical terms. I did sometimes ask her to get to the point please.

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You've lost me both of you. I think I'm a more practical and down to earth, call a spade a spade sort of person - but in a well thought out way.

I remember having a friend at university who enjoyed her truncated, lengthy technical terms. I did sometimes ask her to get to the point please.

Forgive me, but the two highlighted words actually mean the opposite of one another.... :D

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if they are misused, does that make the user an oxymoron?!

Think I need to get out more...

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Forgive me, but the two highlighted words actually mean the opposite of one another.... :D

I wonder if it's the same as the elongated short version:D

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And on a slightly different topic (sorry, trouncer) what are the topics that, on reflection, you wished you *hadn't* talked about?

(More scope for amusement, possibly - and of course advice for us all)

HB

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Most interesting chat had to be the duality of the :)gnostic gospels as it related to the Cathar Heresy. I can honestly say it only happend once.

What's the craziest subject you've ever found yourself talking about during a paid sex encounter. I recently saw a wg who was doing an economics degree and found we were discussing "quantitative easing"! Sounds like it could be a new service!

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Oh God, ridiculous things, like how to embalm bodies, would you eat human flesh (yes I would), all things historical WG, (my fave subject) serial murderers..oh wait. Is there a pattern here? Haha.

My bookshelves spark convo's! If we flew and crashed, I give you permission to eat me for survival, it's fine. :D

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The strangest thing I think me and a client have ever talked about would be.....mummification. I think I might have scared him a bit as I knew nearly everything about it. The thing that grossed him out the most was the fact that they would remove the brain through the nose.

Other things that get talked about are the face that I'm American, a vegan, covered in tattoos, and go to an awful lot of protests LOL.

I guess I'm more interesting than I thought. :D

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Every working girl's dream punter.

I dont pay for erudite chat...

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